Broadcast Teams for NBC Sports Group’s English Premier League’s Championship Sunday

Ok, here we go. NBC has released the broadcast teams for all ten games that will take place this morning on the very last day of the Premier League’s season. All of the games will begin at 10 a.m. ET (3 p.m. British Summer Time if you’re interested in UK time).

Two games will have NBC’s announcers and those will be Manchester City vs. West Ham United on NBC with Arlo White and Lee Dixon and Liverpool vs. Newcastle on NBCSN with Jon Champion and Graeme Le Saux. The rest will have EPL world feed crews.

Networks from Bravo to USA will be utilized for the games that will decide the Premier League Championship and placing for the UEFA Champions and Europa Leagues. The teams being relegated to the Football League have been decided.

On mun2 and Telemundo, Andres Cantor and Sammy Sadovnik will call the games and the analysts will be Carlos Hermosillo and Manuel Sol.

Because NBCSN is carrying the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Spain this morning, Premier League Live will air on CNBC at 9 a.m. ET. Host Rebecca Lowe will be joined by analysts Robbie Mustoe, Robbie Earle and Kyle Martino.

After the games, NBC and NBCSN will simulcast a season-ending edition of Goal Zone and that will be followed by a season-ending edition of Premier League Live: The Champions on NBCSN only.

So here are the announcers for all of the games that will air at 10 a.m. today on the networks of NBCUniversal.

BROADCAST TEAMS ANNOUNCED FOR PREMIER LEAGUE “CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY” – ALL 10 GAMES LIVE AT 10 AM ET THIS SUNDAY ON NETWORKS OF NBCUNIVERSAL

Arlo White & Lee Dixon Call Manchester City v. West Ham United on NBC; Jon Champion & Graeme Le Saux Call Liverpool v. Newcastle on NBCSN
All Matches Available on NBC Sports Live Extra

*Please see below for updated programming information on Telemundo and mun2

Stamford, Conn. – May 9, 2014 – NBCUniversal presents the most extensive and comprehensive “Championship Sunday” programming plans ever in the U.S. with all 10 matches presented live simultaneously on 10 different NBCUniversal television networks this Sunday, May 11 at 10 a.m. ET. In addition, Spanish-language networks Telemundo and mun2 will each televise one match.

Lead Premier League play-by-play announcer Arlo White is joined by Lee Dixon at Etihad Stadium for NBC’s Manchester City v. West Ham United match, with Jon Champion and Graeme Le Saux on site at Anfield for Liverpool v. Newcastle on NBCSN.

NBCUniversal’s “Championship Sunday” coverage kicks off this Sunday, May 11 at 9 a.m. ET with an exclusive Premier League Live pregame show on CNBC featuring Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Mustoe, Robbie Earle and Kyle Martino.

Following are the broadcast teams for Premier League “Championship Sunday” matches on Sunday, May 11th at 10 a.m. ET:

Home v. Away Network Commentators
Manchester City v. West Ham United NBC Arlo White, Lee Dixon
Liverpool v. Newcastle NBCSN Jon Champion, Graeme Le Saux
Tottenham Hotspur v. Aston Villa USA Steve Banyard, David Pleat
Cardiff City v. Chelsea CNBC Jonathan Beck, Tony Gale
Norwich City v. Arsenal MSNBC Joe Speight, Efan Ekoku
Hull City v. Everton Bravo Tony Jones, Dean Sturridge
Southampton v. Manchester United Syfy Gary Taphouse, Ray Houghton
Sunderland v. Swansea City Esquire Network Phil Blacker, Barry Horne
Fulham v. Crystal Palace E! Jon Driscoll, Bradley Allen
West Bromwich Albion v. Stoke City Oxygen Daniel Mann, Garry Birtles
Manchester City v. West Ham United Telemundo* Andres Cantor, Carlos Hermosillo
Liverpool v. Newcastle United mun2* Sammy Sadovnik, Manuel Sol

*Spanish-language telecast

In addition, all 10 Premier League games will be streamed on NBC Sports Live Extra, NBC Sports Group’s live streaming product for desktops, mobile devices and tablets.

Lowe, Mustoe, Earle and Martino will return following the matches for a special Goal Zone season wrap-up postgame show on NBC at 12 Noon ET. NBCSN will simulcast Goal Zone. At 2 p.m. ET, NBCSN wraps up the day’s coverage with a special look back at the newly crowned champions’ path to the title on Premier League Live: The Champions

That will do it.

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